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kristen and eric? >> happening now, power is back on at treasure island and there is a look from mount tamalpais, the power went out at 2:30 this morning, and no cause has been announced yesterday. of course the company had crews on scene trying to figure out the cause. they restored service just before 5:30 this morning. now, developing news from the south bay we are learning more about the suspect from santa clara accused of threatening a sacramento lawmaker from san francisco and storing explosives in his home. our reporter joins us live with what is happening today in the investigation. cornell? >> good morning. c.h.p. is keeping a close watch on this house where another homemade bomb was discovered on wednesday. they plan to blow it up later this morning in a bomb squad trailer.
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we are learning some more surprising and bizarre details about the man living here. police searched the house two days ago after they say homeowner made a threat against state senator leland ye. on thursday a homemade bomb was blown up by the bomb squad and a further search showed up more hazardous materials. neighbors are not too surprised calling the suspect different. >> there were radio antennas and tv antennas so i was curious. >> that is not what we were looking for so it was an eye opener. didn't expect to find what we did officially so we are working on making the seen safe as we process the evidence. >> another surprise, he is a software engineer who worked directly with apple co-founder
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wozniak who endorsed the suspect on the linkedin profile said he is the most skilled engineer i ever met, never dull and that keeps the rest of us inspired. the suspect remains behind bars on suspicion of threatening a public official. senator y." has -- the senator ye has planned a news conference to talk about his plans for increased gun control. >> olympic sprinter, oscar pistorius, is charged with murder in south africa, after his 30-year-old girlfriend was shot and killed in his home. south africa media reports that oscar pistorius mistook his girlfriend for an intruder. sky news in south africa reports she was waking him up to surprise him. oscar pistorius is the double amputee known as "blade runner" competing in olympics running on
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blade legs. katie marzullo will have a live report and update in 30 minutes. >> developing news in san bernardino county this morning a moment continues to grow for the deputy who was killed in tuesday's shoot out with fugitive ex-police officer dorner. he was identified at 35-year-old mckay who is survived by his wife, a seven-year-old daughter and four-month-old son. the sheriff says the manhunt for dorner is officially over although they waiting for positive i.d. on charred remains on a body believed that of dorner. officials removed the remains yesterday from the cabin near big bear with a stand off and the man carjacked by dorner before the shoot out is talk about the encounter. >> he jumped out of the snow at me. gun drawn. big long rifle. he said "i don't want to hurt you." >> the sheriff says the cabin was not intentionally burned down to get him out but he says
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the "burners" were fired into the cabin to try to flush dorner out the. >> police are talking to witnesses to fine the person would stabbed a san jose teenager to death. the victim was stabbed next to the campus of san jose high school yesterday afternoon. he stumbled around the corner to north 21st where he died. this is where investigators searched for evidence for self hours. police have not identified the teen or revealed the cause of the stabbing. >> a school district is considering re-opening an old school to help climbing enrollment. our media partner reports the menlo park city school district could re-open the former o'connor school on elliott drive this time for 2014 school year. right now a private school leases the campus. the school district is projecting 8 percent rise in enrollment the next 10 years and a meeting will take place next
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week. a san bruno elementary school will close the scene end of the school year after a battle to save it fell short. the school board debated until midnight before voting to chose the elementary school to ease a $1.5 million deficit. it was located at site of the 2010 deadly gas explosion. it was not closed last year because the kids had been too much. only 65 students attend the school. some will be transferred to a mile away at beyond muir elementary. >> a controversial pill women take to prevent pregnancy. but, first, a valentine's day protest by same-sex marriage couples. >> we have 680, tail lights headed southbound, and traffic volume is picking up, and traffic is weather, together,
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>> we are back at ten minutes after the hour, with no threat of frost or black ice, and san francisco is the warmer spot at 6:00 observations. through the afternoon, all of us
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have sunshine and we will see the fog rapidly today and low-to-mid 60's along the coast and mid-to-upper 60's for the rest of us and mild tomorrow and we will drop a few degrees with the cooling trend continuing through sunday. sue? >> a few minutes ago, our fog or cameras were fogged in and now it is lifting and westbound, and headed to the macarthur maze and through berkeley and in the opposite direction, we have a stall with a temporary closure of all lanes do get the tow truck in there. you will find slowing through that area and a stalled big rig eastbound 580 at greenville. >> on this valentine's day, same-sex couples and their supporters will meet at san francisco's city hall at noon to apply for marriage licenses. they staged a sit in after the license requests were turned
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down. the sheriff deputies detained and released eight people who refused to leave the county clerk. supporters say the demonstration has never been more important as the supreme court prepares to hearing land mark cases next month. >> women and the morning after pill. ahead, the new survey revealing the popularity and the controversial product a decade after the review. >> religion in america, where people are holding on to faith
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>> cupertino, concord, wine country, and all the bay area, this is abc7. >> we are back and coming up on 6:15 on valentine's day.
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the fog is thicker and hitting more reporting stations and mountain view is quarter mile visibility, and less than quarter mile at half moon bay and more dangerous and novato and up 101 to santa rosa so be careful. you can see the next way offshore wind moving across the bay area right now so thing for is not going to last beyond 9:00 today. we will have temperatures in the mid 30's to mid-40's and we will be in the mid town per 60's by 4:00. if you have plans, low-to-mid 50's. >> more women are using the morning after pill. a just-released survey shows one in nine women define -- between the aims of 15 and 44 have used the pill after sex up 4 percent from 2002, with the increased popularity likely because it is easier to get and only women younger than 17 need a precaution. caucasian women and those with advanced education use the morning after pill the most.
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>> barnes & noble is warning not to expect a turn around any time soon. the bookstore chain announced yesterday it will not meet expectations for another quarter. they say they expect a loss for the the nook which come beats with kindle, saying the december holiday sales decreased 10 percent from the previous year. the bookstore chain is planning on closing up to a third of the stories the neck -- next decade. the sister of mark zuckerberg has signed a two book deal, talk about personal and professional insights for digital age leaving facebook in 2011 to start her own media company. now a new poll ranks the most religious states in the country, the scene top is mississippi, 58 percent of residents in the
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state are very religious they say. utah is number two at 56 percent saying they are very religious, then alabama, louisiana, and arkansas. on the other end of the spectrum, vermont is the least religious state in the country and only 19 percent are very religious. new hampshire follows at 23 percent and maine and massachusetts andry. california? we are in the middle, at 34.5 percent of california's say they are "very religious." >> we learn more of robin roberts battle with a rare blood disorder n an interview the anchor reveals for the first time there was a point after the bone marrow transplant where felt like she was dying. she could not eat, drink, or get out of bed and recalls feeling as though she were slipping away. she returns to "good morning america" on february 20 and coming up starting at 7:00, new
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details on her road to recovery. >> she is him back! february 20th, six more days. that is great. >> she has a great spirit. she is tough. >> no one tougher. >> and from mississippi. and very religious. very interesting. >> faith was involved if her recovery. >> we need some rain so you can conjure up some. >> i can forecast some. sure. i would love to conjure some up but unfortunately it doesn't work that way. i am forecasting some rain and it will come at us next week. if you like the warm weather and spring temperatures we will have, get out and enjoy because they do have a short shelf life. you can see how patchy and thick the fog is from emeryville, berkeley, to oakland and across the bay to san francisco. live doppler 7 hd showing clouds
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we had yesterday are over the ocean and they will say stay there. you can see the clouds being pushed away by the offshore wind right now. now, temperatures, 36 in an that -- in santa rosa, milder than yesterday. the cool spot right now deeper inland at gilroy at 34. expect a lot of sunshine earlier than the last couple of days. it will be sunny for valentine's day. mild weather today through saturday and then a transition to cooler weather and the wet pattern takes over tuesday and it hangs around for several days today, total sunshine for the heart's desire and mid-to-upper 60's around the game and inland and low-to-mid 60's the scene coast where it will be brighter than year. 66 at monterey and everyone else around the bay in the upper 60's to low 70's and tonight we have
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a hold out in the 30's, and that is santa rosa and everyone else is in the low-to-mid 30's and san francisco and half moon bay in the upper 40's. high pressure over land getting more dominant and that is why we are seeing the land breeze take over and both of the areas will keep the storm track to the north through monday but go way out in the pacific and a storm that just came off japan it looks impressive here and this is what will bring us the wet and cooler weather on tuesday and wednesday and it will on the door for the pattern change that will bring us a couple chances of rain after that toward next weekend. this weekend, temperatures will taper all the way through monday and we will be ten degrees cooler on monday and cooler yet on tuesday with only low-to-mid 50's so it will be quite a shock. have a great valentine's day. >> and our exclusive traffic app 80 westbound an early stall in the eastbound direction which is cleared but you can see the heavy traffic in the westbound
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direction. elsewhere, still with the stall, east 580 at greenville, a big rig blocking the right lane, and westbound, of course, the nasty commute up and over the altamont pass and under 30 miles per hour and a live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza and fog is heavy on the deck and we are getting first reports of an accident in the fast track lane and one vehicle is still blocking the fast track lane and three others are on the shoulder so a total of four vehicles in the accident the scene toll plaza. >> thieves are kicking in the doors and steal willing valuables from home and a new rash of daytime burglaries putting a bay area city on alert. >> coming up first, a chore most of us take for granted, cleaning lint from the dryer.
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or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >> now, how much warmer it will be compared to yesterday, with temperatures three degrees warmer in san jose and santa rosa and four in concord and in oak, five, san francisco and fremont, six and seven degrees warmer as we hit the mid-to-upper 60's. high pressure dominating the weather no matter where you are. you will have sunshine, whether 58 at eureka or 68 in fresno and 49 in tahoe.
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>> cleaning your dryer lint trap could seem simple but cleaning the ducts could be more complicated. >> we are testing out an inexpensive product that promises to get the job done. does it work? >> good morning. each year thousands of house fires are started by close dryers clogged with lent. we tested the lent lizard to see if it could help reduce a fire risk. this fire started in the dryer vent and this home was destroyed by a fire that started in a close dryer. fire officials say lent build up in the ducts and caught fire. to prevent tragedy like this from happening in your home, it is essential to clean the lent from the dryer ducts and length trap. we tested the lent lizard that
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promises to help. it is like a magic wand that cleans deep into any dryer. it attaches to the vacuum, you thread the opportunity through the opening of the length trap. we checked to see how much it could remove. >> it worked really well removing more lent than any other technique. >> but it may not fit into narrow dryer opening and the tip could damage flexible foil or plastic duct work but we do not recommend these kind of ducts anyway. >> they can say like this, collect lent and cause problems with venting the dryer. metal ducts are far better either flexible or solid and you want to clean them at least once a year. clean the trap every time you use the dryer. taking the precautions can prevent a tragedy.
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>> the lent lizard costs $10.99 and shipping and handling at and less at walmart and >> electronics jewelry and other valuables taken in the middle of broad daylight from bay area homes. aty is on alert. >> but, first, the olympian known as a blade runner is arrested in south africa with a murder investigate now underway. >> this is the scene at an elementary school, crime tame and police officers. we will tell you what happened next. >> sue hall in the abc7 traffic center, the fog is lifting and you can see sky starting to lighten up and we do have an accident the scene bay bridge but you cannot see it here, it is at toll lane number four,
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three are off on the shoulder, and you can expect delays here as you make your way into san francisco and bart is on time and it could be a great alternate. we have the rest of your thursday, valentine's day commute after the
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good thursday morning. it is 6:30. thank you very much for join us on the morning news. a look at san francisco covered in fog. what a gorgeous picture! isn't it dreamy? >> it is. fog in front, fog behind, and the skyscrapers in the middle. >> you can only see the really tall ones. it is warmer. now a quick of the weather forecast. mike? >> cannot keep a good city down. good morning, everyone.
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live doppler 7 hd shows no radar returns. it is dry. we are detecting the dry air above that fog which is 700' in depth, the thickest around novato and up 101 at quarter-mile visibility in napa and half moon bay and half moon bay. there is patchy fog around the bayshore line. we will start off in the low-to-mid 40's. hang out in the afternoon and mid-to-upper 60's and it will be mild for the evening plans at 52 to 57 degrees. inland we have fog, thickest in the north bay with not many reports there. hazy by noon and temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's and the afternoon will be full of sunshine and low-to-mid 60's and milder but cooler under land during the evening hours and 47 to 52 and headed to the cost it is cloudy this morning at 40 to 45 and a land breeze by noon with total sunshine and 357 to 62 the enjoy it. here is sue.
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we go to the skyway coming off of the bay bridge and 80 westbound, you can see traffic is moving nicely and the tail lights are headed southbound to the 101 slit where we have reports of an accident and i don't see any slowing and c.h.p. has not updated that. we will keep our eye on that. elsewhere back to the bay bridge toll plaza they say there is an accident at toll lane number four. east 580 at greenville the big rig is cleared out of lanes. westbound, however, is slow from the central valley toward livermore and through the dublin/pleasanton area with speeds of 35 miles per hour. kristen and eric? >> developing news from the east bay, with alameda sheriff investigators are looking into a deadly shooting outside an elementary school. amy joins us live from san leandro. amy? >> i have breaking news.
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the sheriff announced that hillside elementary in san leandro will be closed. they cannot let children on to the campus today. they want to wait until the sun comes up and they can look the scene campus and search it for evidence. they need to keep the street blocked off and the campus closed. they state murder happened on the campus not outside of it. they need access to the entire area. they don't want people on it. they got a call at 9:00 last night that shots were fired. when officers arrived they found a young adult man was shot. he was taken to the hospital where he died. no arrests were made. investigators say they don't have any leads. or anything they want to release to the public. they still have a thorough search to do and they cannot open up the campus. if you are a parent in this area, in san leandro, hillside elementary has in school today.
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>> thank you for that breaking information. also, breaking news overnight from south africa, the olympian known as a blade runner for his prosthetic leg is in jail and charged with shooting and killing his model girlfriend. katie marzullo has the latest. >> oscar pistorius is in court after this hour being officially charged with murder in the debt -- death his girlfriend. his appearance is scheduled for this afternoon in court and he has a hooded sweat heard -- sweatshirt hide his face. his girlfriend is reeva steenkamp and here is a picture of her in a molding shoot. the two were the only people in the home at time of the shooting. police recovered a pistol. officers are interviewing neighbors who may have her the gunshots or more. police confirm there have been
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previous incidents of domestic violence allegations the scene oscar pistorius home and unconfirmed reports he may have mistaken her for an intruder. >> it would be irresponsible to say that happened. (inaudible lyrics). >> he is a sprint runner who had double below the knee amputations. in london he was the first double leg amputee to participate in the olympics. he has also won gold medals in the paralympics. as for reeva steenkamp the twitter account says she is a law school brought and a model. yesterday, she tweeted, what do you have up your sleeve for your love tomorrow? hash tag, get excited, hash tag, valentine's day. >> developing news the san bernardino sheriff says the manhunt for fugitive ex-police officer christopher dorner is
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over. officials are working to positively identify the charred remains of the body removed from the cabin yesterday. we hear from the owners of a lodge who found dorner inside a cabin. >> i was scared. i thought it could be the end. he talked to us. he tried to calm us down. he said frequently, he would not kill us. >> the former lapd officer is believed to is killed a sheriff deputy and wounded another on tuesday before he holed up in the cabin thattent with up in flames and he is suspected in three our murders in the los angeles area. >> daytime buck laters have the san mateo county sheriff on alert -- and our news reporter says this has occurred in two days in san carlos. thieves can kicked doors and entered homes between 8:00 a.m.
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and 5:00 p.m. the thieves got away with electronics, julyry, -- jewelry and other valuables. >> police say a woman in her 50's was walking in downtown palo alto and was then to the ground and robbed around 7:30 last night. the robbers smashed her purse and ran off. the woman had a bloody nose and bruised arm and the same robler -- robber could be responsible for other robberies in the area. >> coming up first, a drone debate and a pay area county that wants to spend hows to put a controversial device in the area. >> right now, the scene bay bridge toll plaza, it is stopped there the scene toll plaza. we will find out what is going on. is it normal traffic? mike nicco will tell us where the fog is this morning. that is all next as the morning
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>> we will tart -- start with the wind. there is a northern component in san jose so the thick fog is developing in the north bay and along the coast is spilling slowly south. if you do not have any now you may in the next few hours. it is 36 in santa rosa and novato and fairfield and 47 in the san francisco coast. mid-to-upper 60's well above average with sunshine and more sunshine the scene coast and temperatures in the low-to-mid 60's and the warmest day, today and tomorrow, with the wind shifting on saturday and you will note the cooler weather sunday and monday. sue? >> happy valentine's day. traveling the maze may the fog is lifting and traffic is slowing nicely from the macarthur maze to the toll
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plaza. when you get to the tolls, it is jammed. we have an accident at toll lane four and crews are trying to get that out and traffic is backed to the second overcrossing and sluggish on the upper deck into san francisco. a new stall southbound 880 lane number two, slow traffic beyond highway 92 as well. kristen and eric? >> alameda county sheriff will make another pitch to author use a controversial surveillance drone. the sheriff will go before the board trying to get approval for the $31,000 drone saying it would be used for search-and-rescue situations and hostage situations. in december, supervisors postponed the vote of after pressure from privacy advocates including the american civil liberties unions. >> a bizarre 9-1-1 call a talk show host is getting and how they are connected to her late
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husband, we are talking about katie couric. >> the dow is off 33 points and back under 14,000. we will go live to jane king the scene new york stock exchange. >> first, authorities detonateed materials in a south bay home and we are learning more about the man responsible and the support he is getting from a hi
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>> los altos, petaluma, and antioch, and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> our temperatures compared to average are well above if many areas from three in san francisco to livermore eight degrees warmer than average. enjoy the sunshine.
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the high pressure is dominating our weather and can you see on the radar it is dry. we will have mid-60's in big sir and san francisco and 69 in san diego and los angeles and palm springs and sacramento, low-to-mid 70's. >> back to our developing news from the south bay. the highway patrol is still at a santa clara home following the discovery of explosive materials inside. cornell bernard is live the scene scene. cornell? >> c.h.p. has not left. they continue to keep a close watch on this house. it has been a very busy place. another homemade bomb was discovered here in the last 24 hours. they plan to blow it up later this morning in a bomb squad trailer. they plan to search the house again. we are learning more surprising and bizarre details about the man. police searched the house two days ago after they say homeowner everett basham made a threat against state senator
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yee. on tuesday a homemade bomb and chemicals were blown up by the bomb squad. a further search turned up more chemicals and what c.h.p. is calling a usable bomb. neighbors say everett basham was a pretty strange guy. >> four security cameras, and four radio antennas, and tv antennas, and i was curious with was going on in the house. >> here is another surprise, enis a software engineer who worked directly with apple co-founder, steve wozniak who said enis about the brightest and generally skilled engineer i have ever met. he is never dull and that keeps the rest of us inspired. everett basham remains behind bars this morning on suspicion of threatening a public official. senator y >>eric: has -- senator yee has scheduled a news
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conference to talk about the threat linked to his efforts to increase gun control laws. stay tuned for the latest on abc7 news from santa clara. >> new this morning, katie couric is being rattled by a bizarre series of early morning 9-1-1 calls made from a phone number belonging do her late husband. according to the newspaper each tuesday at 2:00 a.m., a phone dials 9-1-1 and a patrol officer nears her park avenue home has been forced to respond, and new york police are investigating whether someone is using a device to hack her phone, a friend of her says her home phone is still in her husband's name although he died in 1998 of colon cancer. >> the world's biggest airline is a step closer to reality following a merger between american airlines and us airways. the boards of both airs approved the deal and announced it overnight and it needs to i
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approved by american's bankruptcy judge leaving travel in the united states dominated by four airlines, american, united, delta and southwest controlling three quarters of all airline traffic. how much are you spending on your honey this valentine's day? the acknowledge american will spend $130 on gifts which is $18.6 billion for our collective total. the national retail federation survey shows $13.5 billion is spent on chocolates and $4.4 billion on diamonds and gold and silver and $1.9 billion on flowers. if you want to compare men and women, guys average $175 and ladies drop $88 on their sweetheart. >> no surprise on the later figures. breaking news from the ketchup world. >> in the market for used car, you may want a better deal on vacation.
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>> jane king explains all of this and tell us how much her husband is spending on valentine's day this year. >> we take it easy on valentine's day, my birthday is in january, we have christmas in december, valentine's is not big spending day. so it make sense that a lot companies are getting together, and ketchup make heinz agreed to sell itself to warren buff get in a deal worth $23 billion. heinz has sustainable growth because of innovation and great tasting products. investors are responding to americans deal merging with us airways. the deal would create the largest airline and this is showing how the shares are trading, mixed trade so far in reaction.
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the silicon valley index is trading to the down side. shares of cisco, san jose based cisco has had a disappointing sales forecasts explaining growth challenge in china and europe and weakened government demand. in the market for a used car? think about buying it while you are on vacation. there was a look 59 prices in 95 cities and used cars if san francisco are 2 percent more expensive than the national average. the best deals are actually in miami where used cars are 7 percent cheaper than average, with population density, and competition, and even the number of people turning in the used cars for new ones are among the reasons. >> thank you very much. higher gas, higher used car prices. he -- how about some cheering
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weather. >> we will have sun shine today with the fog out of here by 10:00 and a very warm afternoon for the holiday. live doppler 7 hd shows on top of mt. st. helena picking up the dry weather and the clouds from yesterday, the clouds are moving away from the coast. that is when you know for sure that land breeze is starting to develop. temperatures are milder this morning, and we are in the mid-to-upper 30's in antioch and fremont and san francisco and half moon bay, low-to-mid 40's and 34 in gilroy. we have sunshine and warmer weather this afternoon and the mild weather hangs around on saturday and a wet pattern on tuesday and better part of next week and a couple of weeks are possible, so we are over this spell of spring that we are having although we are just getting into it.
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that is the problem when we forecast for seven days we forget to enjoy what is here. mid-to-upper 60's around all neighborhoods but the coast is low-to-mid 60's. 66 at monterey but 68 to sunday for the rest of the bay and inland. tonight, the hold out in the 30's is santa rosa at 39 and the rest of us are in the low-to-mid 40's but san francisco and half moon bay at 48 and 47. the high pressure over the land is taking over and that is why we are seeing the land breeze develop. that is why we are going to stay dry and warm today and tomorrow, but when you combine with the other area of high pressure it will keep the storm track to the north and as we get deeper in the weekend watch out for the tree pollen and they are really ready to blossom, and they are going to create issues, but they will be tempered in the next system, with japan right there, that is how far away we look for the next chance of wet weather. this weekend by the time of the holiday on monday temperatures
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are in the mid-50's to low 60's and only low-to-mid 60's with the rain tuesday and wednesday. have a great day. >> we have a muni line delay the maginot line if san francisco. more on that in a couple of minutes. in san jose, the headlights are snaking their way northbound on 280, and this is the 17/880 overcrossing and traffic is looking good toward sunnyvale and cupertino. same for san rafael, no fog here. moving south to the golden gate bridge traffic is the scene limit with no delays. southbound 880, early stall is cleared from the lanes and you will find residual slow traffic through hayward to union city. >> it is now 6:53. >> five things to know before you go. >> the only news returns in
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>> as we hand things off to "good morning america" here are five things to know before you
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go. developing news from the east bay hillside elementary school in san leandro is closed today after a deadly shooting. the alameda county sheriff wants to search the campus for evidence after a young man was shot and killed last night. authorities in santa clara will detonate more explosives found in a home owner of everett basham who is in custody accused of making threats against state senator yee. >> breaking news, olympic sprinter oscar pistorius is facing murder charges in south africa after his model girlfriend was shot and killed in his home overnight. media reports say he may have mistaken his girlfriend for an intruder. oscar pistorius is the double amputee who raced in the olympics in london on blade legs. >> bart officials will consider a controversial plan to raise rates and parking fees for commuters. the plan increases fares by 5
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percent to deal with long-term budget problems and calls for raiding parking fees in the business of the lots by up to 50 cents. >> gay and lesbian couples will apply for marriage licenses in a noontime protest at san francisco city hall. the valentine's day demonstration is a month before the supreme court hears two landmark marriage equality cases >> final check on the accweather forecast. mike? >> the fog is the big story. it is patchy but dense. you can see quarter-mile visibility or less in many areas around the bay shore and to the forth bay valley. all of our major airports are on time. by 10:00 or 11:00 we have total sunshine spilling through the afternoon and brighter and warmer the scene coast and low-to-mid 60's and above average in the bay and inland with democrats in the mid-60's to near 70 degrees. happy valentine's day. >> happy valentine's. back to the bay bridge toll plaza, early accident, toll lane
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number four has been cleared and metering lights are on and you can see traffic jam packed toward the macarthur maze and a little bit slow as you make your way on the upper deck to the city. walnut creek is clear with in fog and southbound 680 moving nicely and a few brake lights approaching highway 24 and no problems to the dublin/pleasanton interchange and muni reporting delays and we will fall this call in we do not know the cause at this point and no other mass transit problems at this hour. >> the abc7 morning news continues in 25 minutes with news, went, -- weather and traffic. >> the president is getting ready to head to atlanta to show off a model pre-k school program run state-wide hopefully to expand. that is the marine one
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murder. good morning, america. breaking news. olympic hero charged with murder. oscar pistorius, the athlete who inspired people around the world for racing on prosthetic legs, arrested after a shooting of his girlfriend his own home. sick at sea. >> have you ever seen anything like that? >> no. >> now, our reporter flies over
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